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    In this Aug. 28, 2016 file photo, Ariana Grande arrives at the MTV Video Music Awards in New York.

    Pop Star Ariana Grande Disturbs Fans With Weepy Tweets

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    The singer, who has recently had to come to grips with the death of her ex-boyfriend and a suicide bomb attack which left 22 victims dead outside her concert, has posted a series of emotional messages on her Twitter account. She told followers earlier that she needs some time out to heal.

    Twenty-five-year-old singer Ariana Grande has worried fans with an outburst of plaintive tweets this week. Her series of Twitter posts started with an emotional confession.

    ​Later she went downhill, posting what some took as cries for help.

    ​They didn’t reveal much, but puzzled and disturbed followers, many of whom left compassionate messages.

    ​Some advised her to take a break from social media and detox.

    ​Grande later thanked her follower for the support and love they shared.

    ​In September she announced that she was going to take "much needed time to heal and mend" because of the "events of the past couple of years." At the beginning of this month, her ex-boyfriend rapper MC Miller allegedly died from an overdose, and the following week she backed out from the Emmy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles, which she was to attend with her fiancé, comedian Pete Davidson.

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    She has also been battling with the psychological aftermath of the suicide bomb attack that was launched outside the Arena during her concert in Manchester in 2017, as she told the Vogue earlier this year.

    That attack left 22 people dead and dozens more injured. UK police identified 22-year-old Salman Abedi as the individual they suspect of having perpetrated the attack.


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